B & L Models Captures Your Imagination | Armorama™

Vietnam's B & L Models has released a "diorama in a box" "big set" consisting of eleven US 1st Cavalry (Airmobile) in the A Shau Valley, 1968.

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Well, the M16 rifles look nice!
figures vary in quality, some look crisp, others soft…boot tread is totally incorrect…

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I agree with you, Rod. The concept of the kit is nice but there is variance in the figures and the boot treads should be Vibram or Panama Soles. I advised them about that and sent photos of uniform details, etc, yet these are the soles that whatever program they use turned out.

Also, to me the figures look more oriental/ vietnamese than american. Wayne

B & L is correcting the tread issue. That’s the good thing about 3D printing: it’s easy to update the designs (no expensive molds).


“Also, to me the figures look more oriental/ vietnamese than american.” Uh, no. Not really.

Webbing is riding too high on just about all the figures….the water bottles look under scale. Love the concept though!